Military Hearing Loss Claims

Are you a serving member of the Armed Forces or Ex-Armed Forces and have suffered damage to your hearing?  If so, you could be entitled to compensation.  You can claim even if you are still serving. You should not delay seeking legal advice if you suspect you have hearing loss or tinnitus (ringing in one or both ears).

Signs of Hearing Loss

Ringing in the ears.

Buzzing in the ears.

Roaring in the ears.

Drilling in the ears.

Struggling with background noise.

Difficulty hearing on the phone

Asking people to repeat themselves.

Finding it hard to keep up with a conversation.

Feeling tired or stressed from having to concentrate while listening.

Listening to music or watching TV with the volume higher than other people need.

Believing everyone else is mumbling.

Monetary Compensation

If the specialist informs us that your hearing loss is down to your time in the Armed Forces, you will be eligible to pursue a claim for monetary compensation.


Free Specialist Hearing Test

We have access to specialist medical experts who will perform an in-depth hearing test on you to determine if your hearing problems were caused as a result of noise at work just by looking at your audiograms.

Our Approach

How We Can Help

No Win, No Fee

We ooperate on a No Win, No Fee basis. If we don’t win your case, you won’t pay us a penny. We bear all the risk when it comes to pursuing your claim.

Expert Advice

Dedicated to Military Claims, our expert team of solicitors can provide you with the best advice based on your individual circumstances.

Professional Service

All of the individuals we work with benefit from our thorough and professional approach. You can be assured that we’re on your side.

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If you are serving or have previously served in the British Armed Forces, you may be able to make a claim for compensation if you have been injured in the course of your military career.

signs & symptoms

Signs of Hearing Loss

Misunderstanding People

People with hearing loss often find it difficult to engage in conversations with multiple people and struggle to understand what is being said.

Turning up the TV

Do you often find people telling you to turn down the TV or Radio, but you can just about hear it? You may be suffering from hearing loss.

Avoidance of Social Situations

Avoidance of social situations due to trouble hearing what’s going on around you is a sign that your hearing may be deteriorating.

Ringing, Hissing, or Buzzing

Another sign of hearing loss is the sound of ringing, hissing, buzzing, clicking, roaring or drilling in your ear(s).

Say or They?

Words that end with s, h, h, or th are suddenly much harder to make out if they are heard at all.

Increased Stress

Feeling tired or stressed from having to concentrate while listening during conversations.

Making Your Claim

You can claim for deafness, hearing loss, tinnitus, and any other hearing problems that have developed directly as a result of your service, regardless of whether you are still in the armed forces or have left.

You may have developed hearing loss slowly over a period of time or you may have developed it as a result of a trauma, such as gunfire.

If you wish to file a claim, you will need to be examined by a medical professional to determine the extent of your hearing loss. This is something that we offer for free as a part of our service.

Monetary Compensation

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